The Lake District is a wildlife desert. Blame Wordsworth

Guardian: It's the most celebrated landscape in Britain. It's the spiritual home of the Romantic movement. It's the birthplace of western conservation. So who could possibly be boorish enough to oppose a campaign to turn the Lake District into a world heritage site? Next month, a coalition of powerful bodies, including the National Trust, Natural England and English Heritage, will begin its fourth attempt to have the region recognised (alongside the Great Barrier Reef, the Galapagos islands, the pyramids,......

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